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Field Guides & Natural History  Reptiles & Amphibians  Reptiles & Amphibians: General

Frogs & Reptiles of the Sydney Region Includes Frog Calls CD

Field / Identification Guide
By: Ken Griffiths(Author)
128 pages, colour photos, maps, includes audio CD
Frogs & Reptiles of the Sydney Region
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  • Frogs & Reptiles of the Sydney Region ISBN: 9781921517211 Edition: 3 Paperback Dec 2012 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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A newly updated edition of Ken Griffith's book on the frogs and reptiles of the Sydney region, and to help you identify them Frogs & Reptiles of the Sydney Region comes with a CD of calls. There are about 130 species of frogs and reptiles in the Sydney region, which stretches from Newcastle in the North to Batemans Bay in the South, and West through the Blue Mountains. Theyre in gardens, bushland, creeks and parks – even in houses.

Frogs & Reptiles of the Sydney Region covers all 130 species: the blue-tongue lizards, turtles and frogs to diamond pythons and skinks. To help with identification, each entry has a beautiful colour photograph, a description of the colour and features of each animal, where it lives and what it eats, how it reproduces, its current conservation status for the Sydney region and whether it is an endangered species.

Photographs of the most common habitats of the Sydney region are shown at the front of Frogs & Reptiles of the Sydney Region, together with information about threatened species, how to keep frogs and reptiles as pets, what licenses you need, and how best to observe frogs and reptiles in the wild. Treatment for snake bites is given at the back of Frogs & Reptiles of the Sydney Region.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Ken Griffiths(Author)
128 pages, colour photos, maps, includes audio CD
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